Neckwear was on the decline long before WFH Zoom shirts made menswear even more casual. We explore whether the accessory can regain its relevance in post-lockdown life.
There’s a new kind of couture for a new kind of life, from fashion houses old and new, including Schiaparelli’s fierce golden breastplate and braided knits by artist Sterling Ruby.
Classic collegiate looks are lit up by the season’s summa cum laude diamonds and gemstones.
Camber USA, a largely unknown apparel manufacturer in Norristown, Pa., has reached cult status thanks to its beefy sweatshirts and tees.
We’ve spent months facing uncertainty, wrapped in gray fleece. Now, as more Americans get vaccinated, exuberant, over-the-top clothes herald happiness, relief and new beginnings.
The ‘Friends’ reunion show on HBO Max is the culmination of a fervent nostalgia trip encompassing everything ’90s—particularly the body-conscious fashion worn by Rachel Green as played by Ms. Aniston.
Before you re-emerge, consider dumping the cozy cocoon you’ve been living in for thin, curve-hugging knitwear—a more confident and seductive option.
Watch the ‘90s supermodels discuss their joy over reuniting in conversations with WSJ. Magazine editor-in-chief Kristina O’Neill
Once a rarity, liberating shorts suits—like the Thom Browne styles the basketball star favors—are gaining popularity as work wardrobes relax. Here, how to successfully sport one this summer.
Julien’s, an auction house in Beverly Hills, Calif., has had a megasuccessful year selling preworn celebrity clothing—thanks in large part to nostalgia-obsessed millennials.
Watches in jewel tones of plum, forest, midnight and oxblood take business casual to a livelier level.
A new wave of inclusive, direct-to-consumer brands aimed at Gen Z and millennial shoppers—including Parade, Cuup and Negative— is shaking up the intimates market.
Pro tips for mastering the fluffy, gravity-defying arches that are beloved by models, TikTokers and Gen-Z—and can have an anti-aging effect on the rest of us.
Favored by Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher in the 1990s, bucket hats are back thanks to brands like Celine. Here, 4 modern versions to wear now, especially on bad hair days.
Pigment-splattered jeans, T-shirts and sneakers that look like Jackson Pollock wore them in his studio are trending. Here, an investigation of the (pricey) crafty clothing craze.
The direct-to-consumer brand will offer two styles for men made in part from recycled plastic bottles, just like its ever-popular women's flats.
Excess screen time and less outdoor time have us seeking the sun—and wanting to mimic its effects—more than ever.
The pandemic year has scrambled the way we dress. At a time when suits and stiff, formal shoes are endangered species, America’s well-off shoppers are upending cliches about how to look like you’re affluent.
Nothing says “re-entry” quite like a brand new bag, an accessory that’s kept a low profile for a year. As you cautiously prepare for post-pandemic life, consider bolstering your wardrobe with these women’s, men’s and children’s options.
As you re-emerge after timidly hiding at home, adopt spring’s outsize, statement-making sunglasses and channel British actor Michael Caine.